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PIM Installation

PIM Installation

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Hi

 I've been asked to install a PIM (8 ethernet ports) into an ssg520.. I know that Junos is at ok Level to support the device and I'm comfy with the physical installation bit.

What i do not know is what happens once its plugged in. I know how to configure interfaces etc.. but is there anything special I have to do to get the PIM to be recoginised after the restart ?
Is it a case of plug it in turn it on and when its booted I'll see the interfaces ready to have a config dropped on them?

Thanks for reading.

RE: PIM Installation

Once it is installed, and you turn the unit on the firmware will recognize it. If the screen display is similar to the SSG20, then click REPORTS, then CHASSIS, and you will see a list of the slots and what is in them. Click Details for more individual info.

....JIM....
 

RE: PIM Installation

(OP)
thanks, i am much re-assured

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